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- Title: Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
- Lecture: Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish
- Concerning the Origin and Nature of the Finnish Nation
- ORIGIN AND NATURE OF THE FINNISH NATION.
- Finnish nation. This stage of culture is expressed in the epic poem
- the Finnish nation and inspire the threefold nature of the soul.
- south, or rather in the southeast, another nation faces the Finnish
- point. The separation that existed in the Finnish nation, the
- its own nature. If we study the Finnish nation, we shall find that it
- But the Finnish nation was of
- Finnish nation experienced this in the sound RUOTSI,
- expresses in a deep way that the greatness of the Finnish nation is
- expresses in a wonderful way the truth that the Finnish nation had to
- throws his impulse into Finnish life, Wainamoinen abandons the
- element that penetrated into Europe through the Finnish element, was
- great road went from the Black Sea to the Finnish Bay and along this
- belonging to the once great Finnish nation (the present one is only a
- the Ego-nature rays into a nation such as the old Finnish nation,
- The ancient Finnish population
- out as far as this place: Here is the Gulf of Bothnia, the Finnish
- as the Finnish, the Bothnian and the Riga Bays. What comes out of the
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- Title: Mission of Folk-Souls (1929): Lecture 11
- Especially here in the North, in the Finnish traditions, was the
- Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
- Finnish language you still find these twelve preserved very nearly in
- Title: Mission/Folk-Souls (1970): 11. Nerthus, Freyja and Gerda.
- descent. Especially here in the North, the Finnish tradition still
- Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
- living cooperation of all that which fundamentally governed the Finnish
- concealed. Now mark, I understand nothing of Finnish, I can only speak from
- the symbol of the cohesion of the Finnish people; that which in the
- depths of human nature has made the Finnish nationality assume a definite
- nature as they exist in the Finnish nation; in the representation of
- derived from spirit, and with it the whole being of man. The old Finnish
- Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
- Kalevala by the Finnish people, or the Homeric poems by the
- Title: Lecture II: The Balance in the World and Man, Lucifer and Ahriman
- direction. I said that for the ancient Finnish folk these three limbs
- Title: Poetry/Speech: Lecture III: The Art of Recitation and Declamation
- part of the magnificent Finnish Folk-epic, the Kalevala.
- Title: Lecture: Inner Nature of Music: Lecture IV
- consonants. In Finnish, for example, these twelve primeval consonants
- Title: Historical Necessity: Lecture 4: The Rhythmical Relationship of Man with the Universe
- of letters (the Finnish languages has still only twelve
- Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture IV: The Intimate Element of the Central European Culture and the Central European Striving
- called “Ros” by the Finnish population which was
- Title: Earthly/Cosmic Man: Lecture 4: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
- Finnish epic, Kalewala.
- We may well feel that the venerable Finnish epic,
- own experience was very vivid and definite. This Finnish epic has been
- friends in the Finnish Section desired me to speak of the occult
- The Finnish epic tells of three Heroes. To begin with, these three
- Finland quite obviously derives from the memory of the Finnish people
- among the Finnish people.
- here, among the Finnish people, we have an indication of the link
- clairvoyance once possessed by these unique Finnish peoples who to
- taken us into the region of an entirely unknown tongue for the Finnish
- Title: History of the Middle Ages: Lecture VII: France and Germany
- Finnish-Ugrian tribes made inroads, and the invasions of these
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